It takes a lot of chutzpah to claim success for a climate conference whose own president had to fight back tears as he confessed he was deeply sorry for the way it turned out.
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On Nov. 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was shot to death during a motorcade in Dallas; Texas Gov. John B. Connally, riding in the same car as Kennedy, was seriously wounded. Suspected gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as president.
(Editor’s note: This is the third installment of the Community Wisdom series produced by students in Dave Engen’s Community Storytelling class at Minnesota State University. A short introduction by the students is followed by excerpts from their interview with the subject.)
It may have been Ralph Waldo Emerson who said, “English is the sea which is nourished by tributaries from everywhere under heaven” and if he didn’t say it, he probably should have. Emerson was a Phi Beta Kappa scholar, a one-time minister, a philosopher and one of the few who early on recognized that Walt Whitman was going to be a great writer.
Editor's Note: This article was changed from its original version to correct a statement regarding Walker's campaign stops.
The missionaries consisting of sixteen Americans and one Canadian kidnapped by the Haitian “400 Mawozo” gang October 16, is extremely scary. The gang has threatened to kill the humanitarian Christians if a million dollar per person ransom is not fulfilled.
CHARLESTON — Gov. Jim Justice said Wednesday any resident 18 and over who is ready for a COVID booster shot can get one “if you are breathing.”
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — Frostburg State’s Carl Igweh was named the Mountain East Conference’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year and Bobcats’ head coach DeLane Fitzgerald was honored as the MEC’s Coach of the Year on Tuesday.